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There is a wide variety of modelling clays: Mineral clays, are refined forms of the clay you may find in the ground, and are dense over two kg/l

Polymer clays are much lighter, about 1 kg/l

and paper based clays can be very light, depending on their dryness.

If you have an actual sample the best thing to do would be to measure it.

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it would depend on what kind of soil it is. Some clays are compacted and are about twice the density of water. When powdered, they become about the same density as water.

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